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bundle

 [bun´d'l]
a collection of fibers or strands, as of muscle fibers or nerve fibers. See also tract and fasciculus.
atrioventricular bundle bundle of His.
fundamental bundle (ground bundle) that part of the white matter of the spinal cord bordering the gray matter and containing fibers that travel for a distance of only a few segments of the cord.
bundle of His a band of cardiac muscle fibers connecting the atria with the ventricles of the heart; called also atrioventricular bundle.
Bundle of His considered as the trunk of the bundle and excluding the bundle branches. From Dorland's, 2000.
medial forebrain bundle a group of nerve fibers connecting the midbrain tegmentum and elements of the limbic system.
Thorel's bundle a bundle of muscle fibers in the human heart connecting the sinoatrial and atrioventricular nodes.

bun·dle

(bŭn'dĕl), [TA]
A structure composed of a group of fibers, muscular or nervous; a fasciculus.
Synonym(s): fasciculus (3) [TA]

bundle

(bŭn′dl)
n.
1. Something wrapped or tied up for carrying; a package.
2. Biology A cluster or strand of closely bound muscle or nerve fibers.

bun′dler n.

bundle

Cardiology
See Atrioventricular bundle.

Drug slang
A regional term for heroin.
 
Vox populi
A grouping of objects wrapped or tied up.

bun·dle

(bŭn'dĕl) [TA]
A structure composed of a group of fibers, muscular or nervous.
Synonym(s): fasciculus (3) [TA] .

bun·dle

(bŭn'dĕl) [TA]
A structure composed of a group of fibers; a fasciculus.
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Obama's 211 inaugural bundlers account for $27.6 million of the $35.3 million raised to date.
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The recent case of Norman Hsu, the admitted felon and accused fraudster who passed himself off as a successful businessman and major "bundler" of campaign donations, is a classic example.
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Bundlers will always be important, but campaigns' reliance on them is exacerbated by the need to collect ever-increasing amounts.
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Omega makes a range of container handling and packaging equipment, including the Classic series of shrink bundlers, which take small containers, like bottles of shampoo or vials of pills, and wrap them into bundles held together by film packaging material.
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It means that a group of ordinary citizens can band together and organize lots of five-dollar contributions for candidates, and traditionally that's the role played by big-money bundlers or power brokers.
Lobbyists, political action committees, and corporate "bundlers" of contributions get private meetings with members of Congress to discuss their issues and influence decision making.